Research that led to human heart transplantation.
|Publication:||Name: South African Medical Journal Publisher: South African Medical Association Audience: Academic Format: Magazine/Journal Subject: Health Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2011 South African Medical Association ISSN: 0256-9574|
|Issue:||Date: Feb, 2011 Source Volume: 101 Source Issue: 2|
Much experimental work over many decades preceded the first human
heart transplant by Chris Barnard in 1967. Hassoulas (6) provides a
fascinating overview of this work, which ultimately resulted in fame for
Barnard and South Africa.
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